Bella Vista Hotel & Self Catering Suites
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... memorial and a gorgeous Cathedral. They were having their annual flower festival – the flowers in the church were amazing. It started to get cooler and it looked like rain so we found Kelly's Irish Pub. Two hours and three pints later we found our way out. The 1st two pints were Guinness. They had ...
Up early and made breakfast. Must have been the extra hour's sleep. Have docked in Cobh (pronounced Cove - Irish you know, or more precisely Gaelic) in Cork. It is a beautiful day today, the sun is shining, there is no wind, and definitely no sign of rain, all of which we had here on Saturday. Temperature is 16 degrees, again about double that of Saturday. Johnny has decided to catch the ...
We arrived Cobh @ 7am today & were off the ship by 8. Our 12 person tour group had a wonderful day today. Blarney Castle (very, very picturesque), Blarney Woolen Mills (more store than anything else but absolutely fabulous store selling woolens, Irish lace, Waterford Crystal - I had 10 mins to shop there! AUGH !!), Kinsale & Cobh. This country is stunningly beautiful AND today it ...
On the way back from Galway, we stopped in a little town called Roscrea in County Tipperary. This stop meant a lot to my mom and aunt because they saw the movie Philomena. We visited the Sean Ross Abbey and the sight of Michael Hess's grave. I have still yet to see the movie but I can't wait to see it now! The next day, Tuesday, my mom and aunt went off to the library in Cork City to see if they could find any family records. ...
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